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Braden Croft Shooting ‘Feed The Gods’ (EXCLUSIVE)

Shooting starting on Friday the 13th

Braden Croft will begin shooting horror vehicle “Feed the Gods” in the small British Columbia town of Yarrow on Friday the 13th.

Random Bench is producing with Shawn Roberts (“Resident Evil”), Tyler Johnston (“Supernatural”), Emily Tennant and Britt Irvin (“Smallville”). Roberts and Johnston portray brothers in search of their long lost parents, with their quest leading them to a small mountain town.

Croft is directing from his own script. Croft’s first feature film “Hemorrage” was also produced by Random Bench and is currently in release on VOD.

John Anderson gave “Hemorrage” a strong review for Variety, calling it “an auspicious debut.”

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